- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... shave on the swim platform, and dinner in the cockpit. Beautiful night sitting under the stars listening to music. We pull up anchor at 10:00 PM and set sail for Antigua. With favorable winds it will be about a 10 hour sail. I have first watch from 10 to midnight. It should be a relatively calm sail compared to previous sails with a beautiful clear sky filled with ...
We left the hustle and bustle of Pointe A Pitre and sailed east to St. Franscois. We stayed in St. Franscois for only one night and worked our way to Petite Terre. We are so grateful we did because it was just fantastic! There are two uninhabitated green islands surrounded by reef. The area is a procted national park so there is no fishing or taking of any kind. We took a mooring ball since anchoring is not allowed. Our spot was twenty ...
Back to the main island after this very nice unexpected festival detour (things are always better when unexpected right?). This had a bit of deja vu feeling, living the French expat life as I did in French Guyana. Same same but Caribbean island style. It really feels like back home, but in a Caribbean atmosphere, so far away. All these nice people are working in medicine (as many expats there) and they are sharing a ...
... This effectively stranded us on the island with not much to do except walk through the quite coastal town and walk up to the botanical gardens to peer through the fence as they were greedy with their pricing. Time on the boat, easy with no sailing and a perfect nights sleep.
We did make it to the rain forest in the middle of the island in the end and getting there was half the adventure. Waiting at the bus ...
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